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Google Page Rank – A Perfect 10

I just got to thinking whether I’d ever seen a Google PR (Page Rank) 10 site. If I have I hadn’t acknowledged it. So I went to what I consider to be my favourite and most used site, www.bbc.co.uk and it’s a PR 9. Then I tried eBay, a truely global site also a PR 9. Are there any PR 10′s I begin to wonder? Surely Amazon is a PR 10……………it appears not. Amazon achieves no page rank at all. I think because of the randomly generated ever changing homepage. Clearly page rank means nothing to Amazon, what do they care, I don’t see anyone denting the Amazon market share too hard.

So are there any PR 10s?
Well yes, Google.com is a PR 10 with Google.co.uk being a PR 9 and there are more, and here’s a full list.

What’s interesting is apart from a few, all the sites are directly related to the Internet and Internet technologies.

Googles explanation of PR

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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/25708465 Jamie Clouting

    You know I think MySpace is a PR 10 sometimes! According to Alexa Internet, as of May 2006 it is the world’s fourth most popular English-language website and the fifth most popular in the world, with over 83 million registered accounts. My inbox sometimes shows up as a 7 or 8.

    I wonder how well your links would look coming from there!

    Rupert Murdoch has spent $1.3 billion on Web acquisitions so far to better reach this coveted demographic – $580 million alone for the July [2006] purchase of MySpace parent Intermix Media.

    Now that’s some serious spending power! but does the money buy you a PR 10?

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/6170684 Roy Wilding

    RE: Rupert Murdoch has spent $1.3 billion on Web acquisitions so far to better reach this coveted demographic – $580 million alone for the July [2006] purchase of MySpace parent Intermix Media.

    I can think of much better things to spend $1.3 billion on. Has the man got no imagination?

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/6892175 Psychobel

    It’s all a land grab right now. Whether it’s social space online or the means by which we connect to the internet. See the rather ridiculously priced deals that you can get from such as Carphone Warehouse. If you get to people where they congregate then you can sell product to them. However, the nature of the digital landscape is such that that the hip place to hang out can be soooo yesterday in a matter of months.